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So once it came out, many believed that the funny and adorable actor that we knew as Uncle Joey was the man behind the song.Well, 20 years later, the TV star wants to set the record straight."I never think about it."I think it's the straw that breaks the camel's back. And I was a full-blown love addict, so it was like, 'I can't keep doing this, my body can't take it.' Breakups are a horrible thing for almost everybody I know.
But if I keep resisting it, I'll stay there forever." The lyrics to "Torch" made it clear that she didn't see the split coming, with lines like "I never dreamed I would have to lay down my torch for you like this." They also hint that she thought she and Reynolds had big plans together, with the verse, "I miss your warmth and the thought / Of us bringing up our kids." Morissette called the entire album-making experience "cathartic" in helping her get through the then-fresh breakup from Reynolds and told , "I get angry at myself for staying in relationships way too long." However, she has also hinted that there may have been some fundamental differences between them that made their relationship unsustainable, whether she realized it at the time or not. All told, Alanis Morissette and Ryan Reynolds were together for around four years.However, a close inspection of the stories surrounding their relationship — from their status leading up to the decision to end it to what has transpired since then — might offer a few clues about why the two couldn't make their love last.Let's take a look at some of the reasons Ryan Reynolds and Alanis Morissette ended their engagement.The pair of Canadian transplants, who met at a birthday party for Drew Barrymore back in 2002, were engaged to wed just two years after dating but called it quits long before they could walk down the aisle.Although they had very different reactions to the split, they each managed to keep the finer details of their breakup under wraps.